Hundreds More Israeli Settlement Properties Announced in Midst of 'Peace Process'
Israel’s Jerusalem municipality gave the green-light on Wednesday to 558 new settlement properties in the occupied West Bank, despite being in the midst of the so-called peace process brokered by the United States.
“This is further proof that more of the same by the United States through this so called peace process and negotiations is not going to bring an end to Israel’s oppression of Palestinians,” said Ramah Kudaimi, membership and outreach coordinator for U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, in an interview with Common Dreams.
A spokesperson for the Jerusalem municipality announced Wednesday that private contractors had been approved to build the properties in the Jewish settlements of Har Homa, Neve Yaakov and Pisgat Zeev.
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